Violets a Perennial Lawn WeedViolets

A winter perennial, growing 2 – 5 inches tall. They can have a taproot or a fibrous root system, making them one of the hardest weeds to control. The leaves can vary but usually are heart shaped with different colored flowers that emerge from March to June. Early control is the best way to manage this weed, but even then several applications of a herbicide are necessary to accomplish complete control.